Reports of Cases, Determined at Risi Prius, in the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas, and on the Circuit, Form the Sittings After Michaelmas Term. 55 Geo: III. 1814. to the Sittings After [Michaelmas Term. 3 Geo, Volum 1


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Side 479 - case, — Scarlett for the defendants contended, that the note was illegal, having been issued contrary to the provisions of the statute 15 G. 2. c. 13. which enacts, " That it shall not be lawful for any. " body politic or corporate whatsoever, erected or " to be erected, or for any other persons whatsoever " united, or to be united, in covenants or
Side 546 - for a rule to shew cause, why there should not be a new trial, on the ground that without an averment in the indictment that Francis Cavendish Aberdeen exhibited his bill by the name of/.
Side 453 - requiring that the memorial shall contain " the day of the month and the year when " the deed, &c. bears date, and the names of all the " parties, and for whom any of them are trustees, " and of all the witnesses, &c. — otherwise every " such deed, &c. shall be void.
Side 12 - 1815. An agreement to occupy lodgings at a yearly rent, payable in quarterly portions, (the occupation to commence on a future day,) is an agreement relating to an interest in land, within the meaning of the fourth section of the statute of frauds. INMAN v. STAMP.
Side 136 - against the same parties to recover money had and received by the defendant to the use of the assignees. The defendant had on the
Side 404 - Lord ELLENBOROUGH. — A person who sells, impliedly warrants, that the thing sold shall answer the purpose for which it is sold ; in this case the bowsprit was apparently good, and the defendants had an opportunity of inspecting it. No fraud is complained of, but the bowsprit turned out, to be
Side 518 - and Ross for the plaintiff. Gurney and Richardson for the defendant. In the ensuing term Gurney moved for a rule to shew cause why there should not be a new trial. He contended that the plaintiff was bound to resort to his action to recover damages for the unascertained value for which the goods might have been sold had they reached the place of destination
Side 394 - was an action by the indorsee against one of the makers of a joint and several promissory note, for the sum of 102/. and a fraction, payable seven months after the date. The defendant had paid 61. into court, and the defence was, that the remainder had been paid to
Side 277 - In the ensuing term, Peake moved for a rule to shew cause why the nonsuit should not be set aside, on the ground that Burgess (after having derived

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